Author Archives: Heather

About Heather

I am a career educator transitioning into a life that will allow me to combine my passion for education with travel and writing. Come with me on the adventure of a lifetime!

FINALLY!

A few years ago, in Ubud, Bali, the epicenter of pseudo-spirituality (or wait – isn’t that Boulder?), I had the Chinese symbol for “tranquility” tattooed on the back of my neck. Yeah, yeah. Cliché. Done. Put a fork in it … Continue reading

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Kyoto: Too Many Temples!

I took the bullet train (Shinkansen) for a three-day trip to Kyoto. I had a feeling three days wouldn’t be enough and I was right, but it was an amazing trip. Again, I hadn’t done too much research except to … Continue reading

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Japan: The Epicenter of “Cute”

As mentioned in the previous post, I haven’t blogged in ages for so many reasons. Now I hope to change that. Sitting on the train this morning mulling over and writing about what I had done in Japan so far … Continue reading

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